Mission® Urine Reagent Strips

The Mission® Urinalysis Strips are a great tool to get insight into the patient’s overall health and their metabolic, liver and kidney functions. It is a very cost effective screening tool. The Mission® Urinalysis Strips are very reliable and have comparable performance to the market leaders.

Convenient Features

• Strip ejector allows for easy strip disposal to avoid contamination
• Meal-markers included to monitor results before and after meals

Ease of Use

• Compatible for visual and analyzer reading
• Over 35 different combinations available
• 2 year shelf life for unopened canisters offers cost savings and convenience for high volume testing
• 3 month shelf life for strips in opened canisters

Convenient Options

• Canister Packaging
– Available in 25, 50, and 100 strips per canister
– Available in 150 strips per canister without MA/CRE Combo

• Pouch Packaging
– Individually packaged strips available in kits of 3 or 6 strips for visual reading only (includes 1 color chart)

Product Specs

Catalog No.No. of

§Type of Strip:
Visual Strip Size: 1-6 Parameters: 80 mm x 5 mm; 7-14 Parameters: 108 mm x 5 mm
“E” means extended strip length for 1-6 Parameters and exclusive strip length for 13 Parameter
Standard Black Canisters: Available for 25, 50 and 100 strips; 150 strips per kit without MA/CRE combo
Pouch: Single-strip pouch available in 6 strips

† 510(k) Cleared
x 510(k) Cleared and CLIA Waived

What do the Parameters Mean?

Leukocytes: The detection of white blood cells in the urine suggests a possible UTI.

  • Expected result : Negative

Nitrite: Screening for possible asymptomatic infections caused by nitrate-reducing bacteria – Suggesting a possible UTI. Note: These two parameters (Leukocytes and Nitrite) are commonly used to screen for possible Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

  • Expected result : Negative

Urobilinogen: the presence of excreted urobilinogen suggests a possible deterioration of liver functions. Urobilinogen is the breakdown product of bilirubin

  • Expected result: less than 17 µmol/l (< 1mg/dl)

Protein: This test is usually run to screen for kidney disease.  Protein in the urine is called Proteinuria.

  • Expected result: Negative

pH: Measures the acidity in your urine which may be a sign of kidney stones. Your pH varies during the day going from more acid in the am to more alkaline in the pm.

  • Expected result : Low

Blood: Blood in the urine is called hematuria. A number of things can cause hematuria including UTI, Kidney infection, medication, menstruation, strenuous exercise

  • Expected result: Negative

Specific Gravity: Evaluates the body’s water balance (hydration) and urine concentration and helps evaluate kidney functions and possible kidney diseases

  • Expected Results: low at 1,000 but normal ranges from 1.020 to 1.030

Ketone: The control of urinary ketone is useful in managing and monitoring type 1diabetes.

  • Expected Results: Negative

Bilirubin: The detection of Bilirubin in the urine is an early indication of liver disease. Bilirubin is the breakdown product of hemoglobin. Note: These two parameters (Urobilinogen and Bilirubin) are commonly used to screen for possible liver disease.

  • Expected Result: negative

Glucose: Glucose in the urine could indicate diabetes or renal glycosuria.

  • Expected Results: Negative

Note: These two parameters are commonly used to screen for possible metabolic disorders

Ascorbic Acid: People taking vitamin C may have large amounts of ascorbic acid in their urine. Ascorbic acid is known to interfere with the accuracy of some chemical test strips, causing them to be falsely low or falsely negative. Examples of tests that may be affected include the urine dipstick tests for glucose, blood, bilirubin, nitrite, and glucose